The Bishop Wheeler Catholic Academy Trust allows us to strengthen the work we all do together in providing a world class Catholic education for all the families within our parishes. Staff and governors continue to work together to provide the best for our young people in all our schools throughout their education. I would like to thank them and all our families for their continued support.
We have a vision for Catholic education that goes beyond individual schools and changes our perception from ‘my’ school, to ‘our’ schools. The challenge for us all is how we can share our gifts and talents to ensure that education for all of our children is outstanding.
Chair, The Bishop Wheeler Catholic Academy Trust
The ten schools who have converted into academies under The Bishop Wheeler Catholic Academy Trust are:
Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School Ilkley, a Voluntary Academy
St. Mary’s Horsforth Catholic Voluntary Academy
St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Pudsey, a Voluntary Academy
St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Otley, a Voluntary Academy
Ss Peter and Paul Catholic Primary School, a Voluntary Academy
St. Mary’s Menston, a Catholic Voluntary Academy
St Mary's Catholic Primary School Knaresborough, a Voluntary Academy
St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Harrogate, a Voluntary Academy
Holy Name Catholic Voluntary Academy
St. Stephen's Catholic Primary School and Nursery, a Voluntary Academy
Year 6 children from St. Stephen’s Catholic Primary School took part in a Mass at Sacred Heart Chapel, Broughton Hall on 23 June 2016 for very special visitors – their Royal Highnesses, the King and Queen of Lesotho during an official visit to the United Kingdom.
The prominent display will greet visitors to our school
The Display includes wonderful tissue paper recreations of the 10 schools in our trust
Photos of the recent event
The ten schools in The Bishop Wheeler Catholic Academy Trust participated in the Bishop’s annual Good Shepherd Service at St. Anne’s Cathedral on Friday 6 May 2016.
Photo gallery and quotes from pupils.
Photos of our new building and play area
Sacred Heart School celebrated Ilkley Carnival in style on Bank Holiday Monday. About 150 of our children took part in the 'Best of British' spectacular, they kept smiling throughout the parade and all made their families and teachers very proud of them.
Mini Vinnies is an organisation that encourages young people to turn their concerns into action and that’s exactly what we’ve been doing since our inauguration in February 2016!
Sacred Heart celebrated World Book Day on Thursday 3 March, 2016
Catholic Care is Christian charity which supports people of all ages, and of all faiths or no faith, within the Diocese of Leeds.
Today Reception class did their first assembly. In RE our topic is getting to know Jesus and we have been thinking how we are all special to Jesus.
Pupils at Holy Name Cookridge have been enjoying using the 'top of the range' touch-enabled large screen computers in their new Media Suite.